Careers

Come and join our team at Keira Stone Speech Pathology!

Do you want to work with a friendly, experienced team of professionals?
Do you enjoy working with the community to support clients beyond their therapy sessions?
YOU could be our next great team member ! current vacancies are listed below.

Keira Stone Speech Pathology is looking for new team members..

About Us:

Keira Stone Speech Pathology is a well-established and reputable child and adolescent private practice.  Located in the Gawler and Barossa region we provide in-clinic and mobile speech pathology services. We are a registered NDIS provider with strong business practices to provide a positive and safe work place. 

We are a team of experienced and supportive speech pathologists with a focus on continued education, supervision/ mentoring and providing high quality services to a range of clientele. As a small practice we are able to provide unique and personalised services to our clients, as well as maintain a strong focus on employee health and wellbeing. We put the clinicians health/ wellbeing and career growth before profits. 

We are a unique and dynamic private practice. We utilise forward thinking, evidence-based practices that suit the clients and the wider community’s needs. We are currently engaged in a range of exciting community projects with several local councils, local libraries and early childhood settings to promote inclusion and capacity building. We highly value advocating and supporting inclusivity and capacity building supports within the community as a such, we have well-formed relationships with many mainstream and specialised supports in the Gawler and Barossa region. 

Why work with us?

If you are about to embark on your career as a speech pathologist or you are an experienced speech pathologist but want a change in career direction, we are the company for you!

We have a strong focus on delivering high quality speech pathology services that allow a clinician to pursue their area of interest or engage in community projects to support career satisfaction. We have a strong focus on employee health and wellbeing with realistic KPI’s and opportunities to engage in professional development and continued education. We are a small friendly team which allows us to maintain a positive work place culture. We provide regular supervision/ mentoring and work shadowing opportunities to support your speech pathology career.

Current Vacancies

New Graduate position/s

  

 
 
 

 

Position: Full Time new graduate positions (2 positions available)

FTE: 1.0 FTE –  Flexible work arrangements are available (varied start times) 

Classification: Health Professional and Support Services Award ( wages based on Allied Health Professional stream – above award rates) 

About the role:

We have opened up two new graduate positions in the KSSP team. We are passionate about providing a safe, positive and supportive environment to develop your career – we put people and clients before profits!

In our team you will have the following opportunities and support to develop your career and feel confident in your evolving clinical skills: 

  • New graduates will be supported with a comprehensive 12-month new graduate program. 
  • You will never see more than four clients in a day (averaged over a fortnight period) for the first 12 months of your career. 
  • Access to an experienced speech pathology team with collectively well over 40 years experience. 
  • Weekly supervision sessions. 
  • Work shadow opportunities – spend a whole day observing an experienced speech pathologist in their role.
  •  Attractive remuneration packages (above award rates) including; salary, superannuation, leave entitlements, paid travel, TOIL and paid mandatory training for example, first aid and child safe environments training. 
  • Annual allowance of $2,000 towards access to professional development. 
  • Attendance at termly whole team meetings with embedded professional development. 
  • Access to a huge library of resources as well as Allied Health Assistant and administration supports. 
  •  Access to beautiful well-resourced clinic spaces ensuring a pleasant working environment. 
  • Great work/life balance with flexible working arrangement opportunities.
  • Access to a work place with a different view of private practice services – we are engaged in a range of community projects to extend speech pathology services well beyond the clinic door. 

Applicant requirements:

Bachelor of Speech Pathology qualification (pending graduation).

Driver’s licence.

Current WWCC and Child safe training is preferred.

 

How to apply:

Send your CV to keira@keirastonespeechpathology.com. If you would like to discuss this position please contact Keira Stone on 0433 088 665.

 

AHP 1 / AHP 2 Speech Pathologist  

 
 
 

 

Position: Part-time and Full Time AHP1 and AHP2 roles available 

FTE:  minimum of 0.6FTE. Flexible work arrangements are available. 

Classification: Health Professional and Support Services Award ( wages based on Allied Health Professional stream – above award rates) 

About the role:

We believe that skilled and happy staff are the most important asset to our company and our clients experience of our services. Here are some of the specifications and benefits from employment at Keira Stone Speech Pathology:

* Provision of speech pathology services to a range of clientele including NDIS participants within the Northern Adelaide and Barossa Region.

* Attractive remuneration packages including; salary, superannuation, leave entitlements, paid travel, TOIL and paid mandatory training for example, first aid.

* Annual allowance of $2,000 towards access to professional development.

* Regular supervision with an experienced Speech Pathologist, work shadowing opportunities and whole team meeting days.

* Access to wide range of resources and Allied Health Assistants to support client work and resource development.

* Great work/life balance with negotiated flexible working hours.

* Access to beautiful well-resourced clinic spaces ensuring a pleasant working environment.

Applicant requirements:

Bachelor of Speech Pathology qualification.

NDIS worker check.

Driver’s licence.

Current WWCC and Child safe training is preferred.

How to apply:

Send your CV to keira@keirastonespeechpathology.com. If you would like to discuss this position please contact Keira Stone on 0433 088 665.

   Allied Health Assistant (AHA)

Position: Part time 

FTE:  0.4FTE/ 0.2FTE – Flexible working arrangements are available

Classification: Health Professional and Support Services Award (rate payable is above current award rates) 

Role description:

  • Provide therapeutic and program-related supports to a range of clientele. Client goals and associated program will be completed and supervised by a qualified speech pathologist.
  • Resource development to support speech pathology intervention.
  • Second person assistant for community-based projects and groups.
  • General administration and office tasks.
  • Uphold infection control procedures.

Benefits:

  • Opportunities to work alongside experience and senior speech pathologists.
  • Work around your placement and university commitments.
  • Termly whole team meetings with professional development at each meeting.
  • Opportunities to develop your skills with access to resources, self-paced learning modules and training.
  • Begin to develop your clinical skills whilst speech pathologists provide supervision of session and guidance to support your clinical skills before you graduate.
  • High consideration for employment for a new graduate position within the company.

 

Applicant specifications:

  • Current NDIS worker check.
  • Current Working With Children Check is required.
  • Drivers licence essential.
  • Child Safe Environments training preferable.

How to apply:

Send your CV to keira@keirastonespeechpathology.com. If you would like to discuss  this position please contact Keira Stone on 0433 088 665.